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Why Don't You Stay Awhile? The Private Prison Business and Trump's Presidency

*This is a re-post from a piece I wrote back in October, but this is a better forum to host my opinion. It’s also provided time for supporting evidence to emerge regarding the argument that private prisons are… 548 more words


ICCDPP 2017: The World’s Career Development Think Tank

Imagine a hall filled by a selection of leading thinkers and doers, sharing ideas, challenges, professional practices, and national policies reflecting their nations’ aspirations for educational and labour market outcomes. 386 more words


Defining informed agency

Selected reference

Evans, D. (2017). Building organisational capacity: The role of professional trust. eLeading: Management Strategies for School Leaders. ACEL. Retrieved June 25 2017 https://www.academia.edu/33281394/Building_organisational_capacity_The_role_of_professional_trust


Economic and Social Vigilantism: Philanthropy or Policy-Making?

An opinion piece by David Callahan recently published in the New York Times (READ HERE) brought this question to the forefront of my mind: Is private intervention–that’s publicly acknowledged–the future of how policy is shaped in our country? 402 more words


Parsing the Senate Healthcare Bill

On January 8 of this year, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell went on Face the Nation and said this about the Affordable Care Act (ACA): 777 more words


Daniel Mallinson

Daniel Mallinson is an Assistant Professor of Public Administration and Political Science at Stockton University. He earned his B.A. in Political Science from Elizabethtown College, M.A. 97 more words


Why do Americans need the government to manage ANY aspect of health care?

By J. D. Heyes, editor-in-chief

(National SentinelHealthcare reform: As Democrats and Republicans feud over the latest GOP effort to “reform” health care, Obamacare continues to collapse, leading to sky-high insurance premiums and out-of-pocket expenses so high tens of millions of Americans are ‘covered’ in name only. 907 more words